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Les figures des plantes et animaux d'usage en medecine, décrits dans la Matiere Medicale de Geoffroy Medecin (1764)



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Author: Garsault, François A. de (François Alexandre), 1693-1778; Geoffroy, Etienne-François, 1672-1731
Volume: v.2
Subject: Materia medica
Publisher: Paris, Desprez
Year: [1764]-1765.
Language: French
Call number: 1023674
Digitizing sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
Book contributor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
Collection: biodiversity; NY_Botanical_Garden; americana

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Vol. 6: Explication abregée de ... plantes, et ... animaux ... suivant l'ordre du livre intitulé, Matiere Médicale de M. Géoffroy


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